The 2010 Aspen Environment Forum Bridges to Sustainability: People, Planet, Possibility in Aspen, Colorado, July 25–28, 2010 is designed to provide a critical framework for committed voices to probe the interconnectedness between the human and the natural world as part of the race to find out how we can transition past the challenges facing a sustainable future. The Forum will present discussions on topics including climate change, renewable energy policy, innovation and technology, efficiency, conservation, and more with the goals of raising awareness, stimulating new thinking, building understanding and consensus, and inspiring commitment to action.
Designed to offer a realistic look at grave challenges and highlight bold solutions, the forum will provide unique insights into the major environmental issues of our time. By bringing informed dialogue to our campus, we hope to advance and challenge the thinking of those in our audience, and perhaps begin to build new levels of understanding that bridge cultural and political differences.
In the spirit of the Aspen Institute, our hope is to expand and enhance your views on key environmental issues and further your understanding of the magnitude and complexities of the challenges we face by means of an extraordinary rich exchange across a wide array of important environmental topics and ideas.
The 2010 Aspen Environment Forum will present a variety of programming over a three-day crescendo, each day addressing energy and environmental issues from a different angle.
Each day of the Forum will offer a wide range of programming:
We hope you will join us for the 2010 Aspen Environment Forum.